Here it is (for more of the post, refer to the RHS thread, page 3) (from RÃ©ka) "The flame dress: as has been mentioned, this dress is composed of at least three layers (four if you count the sash). There's a red underdress with a close-fitting hood and narrow fitted sleeves with some gorgeous appliquÃ© work at the wrists. Over this is a velour dress with hanging sleeves (the sleeves are bag-type, i.e. the bottom end is sewn together, and the hand actually comes out at a side seam.) On top of all that is a velour tabard with an attached hood. The ends of the tabard are the same length as the velour underdress, which makes it almost impossible to see it when the dress is being worn. The velour is garment-dyed in a graduated red-orange-to-yellow shade. (Whoever did the dyeing really knew his or her trade; there is no sudden jump anywhere, and parts of the dress that end up at the same height when worn, are exactly the same shade.) Over all this, there is a red silk satin sash (same material and color as the red underdress) around the waist. The ends of the sash are tucked under each other at the front, but the actual construction details were invisible."